Hotel Rural San Roque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... labeled!) such a beautiful variety of flowers and plants and there are birds and animals everywhere. It has a very peaceful feeling.
I uploaded a few, but quickly reached my megabyte limit when sending from my phone. I'll have to transfer to my computer and then upload more.
... the strength of the odour. When I returned to the hotel later the 24hr tshirt guy was in the foyer and started up a conversation with me. We chatted for spoke about 30 min - he had done lots of mountain bike events in and around Canberra. His wife decided to head out and buy some scarves. I headed back to the walking tour meeting point in the hope the tour might go ahead - but the weather was still wet. The guide turned up at 445 so we chatted for about 20 min- no one else had turned up ...
... started sunny and clear, but there's now an increasing amount of cloud and it's getting quite windy.
At the top of the track there's a minor peak to the right, marked on the map as Cerro del Pozuelo. The altimeter says it has a height of 1221m. There are some good views ahead now and it's a surprise to see the ridge above Lentegi not very far away - it's been quite a long way to drive here, but as the crow flies, I'm not all that far from Lentegi and Navachica too.
... After falling into disrepair for centuries, the Alhambra was "rediscovered" in the 19th century and is now one of Spain's major tourist attractions, exhibiting the country's most significant and well known Arab-Islamic architecture, together with 16th-century Christian buildings and gardens. (Thank you Wikipedia!)
If you have never been, don't worry, I took a few photos for you ;)
... for the Muslim sultans who ruled this part of Spain back then. Interesting place and a good audio self guide. I didn’t know the word 'Moorish’ before this trip and think it refers to the Muslim settlers in this region back in the day. Great views and the Nasrid palaces are very well conserved and restored. Reminded me of Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. The remainder of my time in Granada was sleeping in, exploring ...